Lawyers for Human Rights videos
A look at the Zimbabwe Dispensation Project between September and December 2010 during which the South African government aimed to use to regularise the stay of undocumented Zimbabweans in South Africa.
Invisible Picture Show is an immersive and unsettling transmedia experience that features voice recordings of children and young people currently detained in immigration facilities around the world. The film was made by Faction Films in association with Thames Pictures.
Statelessness is a reality that presents many problems in the world today. There are quite a number of people that do not have a nationality.
In 2010, Blue Platinum Ventures started mining outside the area for which they had an approved programme, encroaching on areas sacred to the community.
Torture is not dead in our society. Three drug dealers and a car guard talk to the M&G about their brutal experiences with the police.
In 2007, a new anthracite mine was buillt in Madadeni, diverting a tributary to the Nkomati River without a valid environmental management programme, no environmental authorisation and no water use license.
In 2008 Samson Sibanda bought a farm in Mpumalanga and wants it rehabilitated after damage caused by a mine on the land.
Amir Suliman from the African Centre for Justice and Peace Studies discusses the death penalty in Sudan.
The FIDH has completed a series on the death penalty in Africa. This week, former LHR colleague Samantha Mundeta takes a look at South Africa's track record.
The International Federation for Human Rights has taken a look at the presence of the death penalty in African countries, focusing on Zimbabwe. Despite no executions having been carried out in a decade, a number of prisoners in Zimbabwe remain on death row. Zimbabwe Lawyers for Human Rights is hoping to abolish the death penalty as the country prepares its new Constitution.